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Patterns in Nature

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All sections of Patterns in Nature with relevant images, summarised from Biology in Focus. I'm in Year 11 and currently getting an A in Biology, so hopefully these are good :)

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Biology Plant anatomy Cell biology Biological processes Plant physiology Organelles Gas exchange Metabolism Cell membrane Stoma Plant cell Cell Rudolf Virchow
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Biology Plant anatomy Cell biology Biological processes Plant physiology Organelles Gas exchange Metabolism Cell membrane Stoma Plant cell Cell Rudolf Virchow
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1 The discovery of the cellular basis of living things Outline the historical development of the cell theory, in particular, the contributions of Robert Hooke and Robert Brown Describe evidence to support the cell theory ● 1663: Robert Hooke introduced the term “cell” after observing units seen in thin slices of cork using a compound microscope ● 1801: Robert Brown discovered the nucleus in cells in his microscopic studies of plants ● 1838: Schleiden, in his microscopic examination of plant tissue, and Schwann, in his microscopic examination of animal tissue, proposed the cell theory: 1. All living things are made of cells 2. Cells are the basic unit of an organism ● 1855: Rudolf Virchow, in his studies of living tissue using a microscope proposed the cell theory: 3. All cells come from preexisting cells 1.2 Technological advances and the...
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